For more than 30 years, residents of communities throughout Washington have turned to the experienced trial lawyers at the Savage Law Firm in Seattle after suffering an injury caused by someone’s negligence. Seattle personal injury attorneys Carol Hepburn and Bill Savage have received the AV* peer review rating and are recognized for obtaining significant verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients.

Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice Attorney in Seattle

If you were injured in an accident in Seattle, Tacoma or other community in western Washington, call us to arrange a consultation with an experienced car accident, product liability or medical malpractice attorney at our law firm today. We offer a free consultation and handle personal injury cases on a contingency-fee basis. If we can’t help you recover money damages in a jury verdict or insurance settlement, you won’t pay attorneys fees.

We have experience in all areas of personal injury litigation, including:

How Long Do You Have to File a Claim?

Under many circumstances, a victim of negligence has up to three years in Washington – following the date of the negligent act to file a personal injury claim. In the case of wrongful death, the family of the victim has generally up to three years in Washington following the death that resulted from the act of negligence. Some special circumstances and time limitations apply in specific cases, so talk to an experienced attorney at our Seattle personal injury law firm. In some cases, the time limitations for providing notice of a tort claim are short – such as 90 or 180 days – and require prompt attention from a knowledgeable attorney to help preserve potential claims. Failing to provide proper notice or to file a case in time can forever bar any claims a person may have.

Speak to a Seattle Personal Injury Lawyer Today.

From our personal injury law firm in Seattle, we represent clients throughout western Washington. Contact us today, or call 206-957-7272 to arrange a free consultation with an experienced Seattle personal injury lawyer.

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